Viceregal eponyms in Canada
Governors and Governors General of New France (1627–1760)
Samuel de Champlain (1627–1635)
- Lake Champlain
- Champlain Sea
- Champlain Mountain in Acadia National Park, first sighted by de Champlain in 1604
- Champlain, Ontario, a township
- Champlain, Quebec, a municipality
- Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park, near Mattawa, Ontario
- Champlain Bridge, Montreal and Champlain Bridge (Ottawa)
- the Château Champlain, a Montreal hotel
- HMCS Champlain, (1919) a S class destroyer that served in the Royal Canadian Navy from 1928-1936.
- HMCS Champlain, a Canadian Forces Naval Reserve division based in Chicoutimi, Quebec since activation in 1985.
CEGEP Champlain (College)
Charles de Montmagny (1635–1648)
Louis d'Ailleboust de Coulonge (1648–1651)
- Coulonge River, western Quebec
The Comte de Frontenac et de Palluau (1672–1682, 1689–1698)
- Fort Frontenac, Kingston, Ontario
- Frontenac County, Ontario and its townships
- the Kingston Frontenacs, a junior ice hockey team in the Ontario Hockey League, in turn named for an Eastern Professional Hockey League team before them
- Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, Quebec
- Frontenac (Montreal Metro)
- Rue Frontenac, Montreal, Quebec
The Marquis de Vaudreuil (1703–1725) or The Marquis de Vaudreuil-Cavagnal (1755–1760)
The Marquis de Beauharnois (1725–1747)
The Marquis de la Jonquière (1749–1752)
Governors and Governors General of Canada (1760–1867)
Sir Jeffery Amherst (1760–1763)
- Amherstburg, Ontario
- Amherst, Nova Scotia
- Amherst Island, Ontario
- Amherst Island (Nunavut)
- Rue Amherst, Montreal, Quebec
Sir Guy Carleton, later The Lord Dorchester (1768–1778, 1786–1796)
- HMCS Carleton, a Canadian Forces Naval Reserve unit
- Carleton University
- Dorchester Square in Montreal was so named when Dorchester Boulevard was renamed Boulevard René-Lévesque
- Carleton County, New Brunswick
- Guysborough County, Nova Scotia
- Dorchester, Ontario
- Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School, Ottawa
Sir Frederick Haldimand (1778–1786)
Robert Prescott (1796–1799)
Sir George Prévost (1812–1815)
- HMS Wolfe was called HMS Sir George Prevost before its launch in 1813
Sir Gordon Drummond (1813–1814)
Sir John Coape Sherbrooke (1816–1818)
- Sherbrooke, Quebec
- Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia
- Sherbrooke Street, Montreal
- Sir John Sherbrooke (Halifax) and Sir John Sherbrooke (Saint John), letter of marque privateer brigs in the War of 1812
The Duke of Richmond (1818–1819)
- Lennoxville, Quebec
- Richmond, Ontario
- Richmond, Quebec
- Richmond County, Nova Scotia
- Richmond Hill, Ontario
The Earl of Dalhousie (1820–1828)
Sir James Kempt (1828–1830)
The Lord Aylmer (1830–1835)
Sir John Colborne (1837–1838)
The Earl of Durham (1838–1839)
The Lord Sydenham (1839–1841)
- Sydenham, Frontenac County, Ontario
- Sydenham, Grey County, Ontario
- Sydenham River, empties into Lake Saint Clair, Ontario
- Sydenham River (Lake Huron), empties into Georgian Bay, Ontario
Sir Charles Metcalfe (1843–1845)
The Earl of Elgin and Kincardine (1847–1854)
- Kincardine, Ontario
- Port Elgin, Ontario
- Bruce Mines, Ontario
- Bruce County, Ontario
- Elgin County, Ontario
- Elgin, New Brunswick
- the Elgin Regiment, of which he and his descendants serve as colonel
Sir Edmund Walker Head (1854–1861)
Governors General of Canada (since 1867)
The Viscount Monck (1867–1869)
- Monck, a township in Muskoka, Ontario
- Monck, a town in Wellington North, Ontario
- Monck Road, a series of settlement roads in Northeastern Ontario
The Lord Lisgar (1869–1872)
- Lisgar Collegiate Institute, a public secondary school in Ottawa
- Lisgar GO Station, a GO Transit stop in Mississauga, Ontario, and the surrounding community of Lisgar
- Lisgar Middle School in Mississauga, Ontario
The Earl of Dufferin (1872–1878)
- Dufferin Street, a major road in Toronto
- Dufferin County, Ontario
- Dufferin Roblin, premier of Manitoba 1958 to 1967, was named after the electoral district where his grandfather Rodmond Roblin, also provincial premier, served.
- Dufferin, Kamloops, British Columbia
- Countess of Dufferin, the first steam locomotive to operate in the prairies, named for Lord Dufferin's wife Hariot, Countess of Dufferin
- Terrasse Dufferin, Quebec, located in Old Quebec, next to the walls of the Fortress and the Chateau Frontenac
Marquess of Lorne (1878–1883)
- Lorne, Manitoba
- Lorne, New Brunswick
- Lorne Park, Ontario
- Mount Lorne, Yukon
- The given name Lorne is more common in Canada than in any other part of the world.
- For eponyms of Lord Lorne's wife Princess Louise, see Royal eponyms in Canada
The Marquess of Lansdowne (1883–1888)
- Lansdowne, Nova Scotia
- Lansdowne, Ontario
- Lansdown House, Ontario
- Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto
- Lansdowne Park, Ottawa
- Lansdowne, Edmonton
- Lansdowne Centre, a shopping mall in Richmond, British Columbia
- Lansdowne Public School, Sudbury, Ontario
The Lord Stanley of Preston (1888–1893)
- the Stanley Cup, a trophy presented to the winning team of the National Hockey League annually
- Stanley, New Brunswick
- Stanley, Nova Scotia
- Stanley Park, Vancouver
The Earl of Aberdeen (1893–1898)
- Aberdeen Pavilion, an exhibition hall in Ottawa
- Aberdeen, Kamloops
- Aberdeen Parish, New Brunswick
- Aberdeen, Saskatchewan
- Lady Aberdeen Bridge, in Gatineau, is named for Lord Aberdeen's wife Ishbel, Countess of Aberdeen
The Earl of Minto (1898–1904)
- the Minto Cup, a trophy presented annually to the champion junior men's lacrosse team in Canada
- Minto Skating Club, Ottawa
- Minto Street, Vancouver
- Minto City, British Columbia
- Mount Minto, British Columbia
- Minto, New Brunswick
- Minto, Ontario
- Minto, Manitoba
- Lady Minto Hospital in Cochrane, Ontario is named for Lord Minto's wife Mary, Countess of Minto
The Earl of Grey (1904–1911)
- the Grey Cup, a trophy presented annually to the champion of the Canadian Football League
- Earl Grey, Saskatchewan
- Grey River, Newfoundland and Labrador
The Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (1911–1916)
- Connaught Ranges, Ottawa
- The Royal Connaught Hotel, Hamilton (of former renown)
- The Royal Canadian Hussars (6th Duke of Connaught's merged with 17th Duke of York's)
The Duke of Devonshire (1916–1921)
- Devonshire Cup, a trophy presented to the champion of the Canadian Senior Golf Association
The Lord Byng of Vimy (1921–1926)
- Camp Byng, a camping facility in Roberts Creek, British Columbia
- Lord Byng Elementary School, Richmond, British Columbia
- Lord Byng Secondary School, Vancouver
- General Byng School, Winnipeg
- Baron Byng High School, Montreal
- the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy, presented annually to the most sportsmanlike NHL player, was donated by Lord Byng's wife Evelyn, Lady Byng of Vimy
The Viscount Willingdon (1926–1931)
- the Willingdon Cup, presented annually to the champion of the Royal Canadian Golf Association
- Willingdon, Alberta
- Willingdon Heights, Burnaby, Vancouver
- Willingdon Secondary School, Burnaby
The Earl of Bessborough (1931–1935)
- Bessborough School, Moncton, New Brunswick
- Bessborough Armoury, a Canadian Forces armoury in Vancouver
- Delta Bessborough, a hotel in Saskatoon
The Lord Tweedsmuir (1935–1940)
- Tweedsmuir South Provincial Park and Tweedsmuir North Provincial Park and Protected Area, British Columbia
- Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary School, Surrey, British Columbia
- Strathcona-Tweedsmuir School, Okotoks, Alberta
The Earl of Athlone (1940–1946)
The Viscount Alexander of Tunis (1946–1952)
- Ontario: Viscount Alexander Park, a neighbourhood in Ottawa
- Manitoba: École Viscount Alexander, a French immersion school in Winnipeg
Vincent Massey (1952–1959)
- Vincent Massey Park, Ottawa
- Massey Place, Saskatoon
- Institut collegial Vincent Massey Collegiate, Winnipeg
- Vincent Massey Collegiate Institute, Etobicoke
- Vincent Massey Public School, Ottawa
- Massey College, University of Toronto
- Vincent Massey Secondary School, Windsor, Ontario
- Vincent Massey Memorial Centre Ice Skating Rink, Bewdley, Ontario
- the Massey Lectures, a prestigious week-long annual event
Georges Vanier (1959–1967)
- the Vanier Cup, a trophy awarded annually to the university football champion
- Vanier Park, Vancouver
- Rideau-Vanier Ward, Ottawa
- Vanier, Ontario, a former municipality that merged into the city of Ottawa in 2001
- Georges-Vanier, a station on the Montreal Metro
- Vanier, Quebec City, a city that merged into Quebec City in 2002
- Place Vanier, an office-building complex in Ottawa
- Georges P. Vanier Secondary School, Courtenay, British Columbia
- General Vanier Intermediate School, Cornwall, Ontario
- École secondaire Georges-P.-Vanier, Hamilton, Ontario
- Georges Vanier Catholic School, Kanata, Ontario
- Georges Vanier Secondary School, Toronto
- École secondaire Georges-Vanier, Laval, Quebec
- Vanier College, Montreal
- Georges Vanier Scholarship
Roland Michener (1967–1974)
- the Michener Award, an annual journalism award
- The Michener Institute, a health sciences college in Toronto
- Mount Michener, Alberta
- Roland Michener Secondary School, South Porcupine, Ontario
Jules Léger (1974–1979)
Edward Schreyer (1979–1984)
- Edward Schreyer Fellowship, University of Toronto
Jeanne Sauvé (1984–1990)
- Collège Jeanne-Sauvé, Winnipeg
- the Sauvé Foundation, a charity dedicated to youth leadership
- Electoral riding of Bourassa-Sauvé in Montréal. On the territory of the original riding represented by Jeanne Sauvé.
Ray Hnatyshyn (1990–1995)
- the Ramon John Hnatyshyn Cup, a trophy awarded to the winner of the Canadian International Dragon Boat Festival
Roméo LeBlanc (1995–1999)
- LeBlanc Park, Memramcook, New Brunswick
Adrienne Clarkson (1999–2005)
- the Clarkson Cup, a trophy awarded to the champion of the National Canadian Women's Hockey Championship
- Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School, Nepean, Ottawa
Michaëlle Jean (2005–2010)
- Michaëlle Jean Public School, Richmond Hill, Ontario
- the Michaëlle Jean tulip, a cultivar designed to Jean's specific tastes, presented to her in 2010 by Princess Margriet of the Netherlands
David Johnston (2010–present)
- David Johnston International Experience Awards
- David Johnston Research and Technology Park, Waterloo, Ontario
The names of the major islands in the Estevan Group, on the outer North Coast, commemorate early Lieutenant-Governors Joseph Trutch, Francis Stillman Barnard, Edward Gawler Prior, Edgar Dewdney, and Henri-Gustave Joly de Lotbinière; Trutch, Dewdney, and Prior are also commemorated on street names in Greater Vancouver and, in Dewdney's case, the community of Dewdney and, indirectly, the Dewdney Trunk Road in the Fraser Valley.
- List of Governors General of Canada
- Royal eponyms in Canada
- List of awards named after Governors General of Canada
- History of Acadia National Park
- School History
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- "Haldimand History". Rootsweb Ancestry. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Prescott County Genweb. Rootsweb Ancestry. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- "Drummondville". Official website of the Province of Quebec. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
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- "Richmond Hill, Ontario (Canada)". crwflags.com. 2008-06-07. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- History & Tradition at the Dalhousie University website. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Community Profile: Dalhousie, New Brunswick. ePodunk. 2007. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Rideau Canal Waterway
- History of Aylmer. Aylmer & District Museum. 2002, revised 2006. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Port Colborne official website
- Community Profile: Sydenham, Ontario. ePodunk. 2007. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Port Elgin: History. sunsets.com. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Townships and parishes in Madawaska County – Edmundston also known as Petit-Sault, or Little Falls. The Upper St. John River Valley website. 2007-01-10. Retrieved 2011-02-28.
- Ontario Plaque for Monck Road
- Finnigan, Joan. Lisgar Collegiate Institute, 1843–1993. Lisgar Alumni Association, 1993.
- "Lisgar" at heritagemississauga.com
- About Dufferin
- Countess of Dufferin at the Winnipeg Railway Museum website
- LPSS Matters
- Lansdowne Park Heritage Brief, p. 12.
- Ottawa Journal article of dinner at Backcheck website. Library and Archives Canada. Retrieved 2010-12-15.
- Bruce Fergusson (1967). Place names of Nova Scotia.
- History of Lansdowne Park
- Minto Cup at the Canadian Lacrosse Association website
- The Earl of Minto at canadahistory.com
- Discover Minnedosa!
- About Lady Minto at the Lady Minto Hospital website
- "Grey Cup History Timeline 1900". Archived from the original on 2012-09-22. Retrieved 2015-01-18.
- Earl Grey website (History section)
- "Lady Byng Memorial Trophy". Archived from the original on 2007-08-06. Retrieved 2007-08-20.
- "2003 Top Ten Endangered Sites" at heritagevancouver.com
- History of Tweedsmuir South Provincial Park
- From the neighbourhood description in the City of Edmonton map utility.
- History of Massey College
- Lucht, Bernie. "Ideas: The CBC Massey Lectures". Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2010-12-15.
- Vanier Cup History
- Dana Lynch (2008-10-22). "Vanier Park Overview". About.com. Retrieved 2010-12-15.
- Origin of the name
- School histories: Georges Vanier Catholic School Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine.
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- "The Michener Award". The Michener Awards Foundation. Retrieved 21 November 2015.
- "The Right Honourable D. Roland Michener" Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine at the Michener Institute website
- Mount Michener at peakfinder.com
- Roland Michener Secondary School
- Funding Opportunities at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council website
- The Right Honourable Edward Richard Schreyer at Governor General Archives
- School website
- "What is the Sauvé Scholars Program?"
- The Right Honourable Ramon John Hnatyshyn at Governor General Archives
- "Clarkson Cup in limbo over ownership rights". Toronto Star.
- Adrienne Clarkson Elementary School
- Michaëlle Jean P. S.
- Officer of the Governor General of Canada. "Her Royal Highness Princess Margriet of the Netherlands at Rideau Hall." Queen's Printer for Canada. Retrieved 12 December 2010.
- President's website for the University of Waterloo
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